Election Procedure of Deputy Superintendent of Police

  • The officers of the Indian Police Department get selected by the authorities of State PSC. The Deputy Superintendent of Police is the highest rank in the police sector of India. The post comes with several benefits, massive respect in the society, and a high salary. There are two ways through which a candidate can become a DSP, which are:
  • UPSC Examination: UPSC is the central Indian agency that carries out the civil services examination. You have to qualify for a total of 3 stages of UPSC to become a DSP or an IPS officer. The three stages are preliminary, mains, and the interview procedure. 
  • SPSC Examination: The full form of SPSC is the State Public Service Commission. It is also a civil service examination but is executed by the specific state of India. The syllabus and pattern of this exam are similar to that of UPSC. Only there is an addition of state history to it. However, the number of papers in this examination is less than UPSC.

Deputy Superintendent of Police – DYSP

Roles and Responsibilities of DYSP

  • Overall controlling the law and Order in the city and Safeguarding Peace and security of the citizen
  • Duties of Sub-Divisional Police Officers or Deputy Superintendent of police are in charge of a sub division and will be responsible for all crime work in his sub-division.
  • Under the command of superintendent of police he will be responsible for the efficiency and discipline of the officers and men in his division.
  • Under the command of superintendent of police he will be responsible for the efficiency and discipline of the officers and men in his division.
  • He has to pay the visit of Police Stations, to undertake night round, visit of the offences of serious nature and to obey and execute the orders of the higher officers.

Eligibilities to become DYSP officer

Age Limit and No of Attempts

  • Maximum for KPSC Exams Age Limit and Number of attempts-

Educational Qualification

  • Undergraduate pursuing final semester
  • Graduates of any discipline
  • Postgraduates of any disciplineEducational qualification for KPSC exam is a degree from a university established by law in India or possesses an equivalent qualification.
    To become DYSP, one must clear state civil service exams conducted by respective commission board.
    At Karnataka these exams are conducted by KPSC – Karnataka public service commission for the recruitment of Gazette probationary officer’s positions for group A and Group B.
    DYSP Comes under Group A services.